Reviews — Helix

Favorite Hunting Bows of 2019

AJ Iaquinta

Tags bows, Bowtech, CT3, CT5, Evoke 31, Helix, Hoyt, Mathews, Prime, PSE, Realm, RX-3, SR6, Traverse, Vertix

Favorite Hunting Bows of 2019

“Best Bows” lists are usually sponsor driven click bait where publications regurgitate talking po Favorite Hunting Bows of 2019 “Best Bows” lists are usually sponsor driven click bait where publications regurgitate talking points you could have just as easily read directly from the manufacturer’s site. Its 2019, every flagship bow from major manufacturers is a quality product. Debating which one is “best” is completely subjective and has more to do with the preferences and application of the end user and the accessories they use, than it does with the overall quality of the bows themselves. But! That doesn’t mean we...


2019 Hoyt Helix - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

AJ Iaquinta

Tags archery, gear, Helix, Hoyt

2019 Hoyt Helix - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

This is going to be a quick one… You may have seen our way too early review of the RX-3 a few weeks back. Well most of the features and impressions from that review carry over because the only difference between these bows (aside from their risers) is their grips. That and the fact the Helix is only offered in 30” axle-to-axle standard or 34”axle-to-axle Ultra models. Hoyt decided to limit their turbo offering to the RX-3 line for 2019.     Helix 342 FPS (ATA)               30½" Axle-to-Axle 6" Brace Height 4.3 lbs   RX-3 342 FPS (ATA) 30½" Axle-to-Axle...